Gallery: Waterproofing New York: Experts Will Discuss the Impact of Pas...

Since Hurricane Sandy hit, there has been much talk about how New York can better prepare for the catastrophic climate events of the future. From the construction of Rotterdam-style floodgates to introducing marshlands and more green roofs across Manhattan, designers and thinkers have been throwing an array of ideas into the ring. Now The Landscape Architecture Program of the City College of New York’s Spitzer School of Architecture is hosting Waterproofing New York, a conference of municipal leaders, scientists, engineers, and designers that aims to explore the impact of past and future storms on New York City’s infrastructural systems.

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